WD 200GB and Raid

I currently have 2 WD 80 gig HD setup in a raid 0 on a Asus A7V333 mb.
I took advantage of CompUSA president's day sale to get two WD 200 gb SE drives for $170 each!! I wanted to ask if it was possbile to set those two drives up as a raid along with my two 80's. If not, is it possible to make a RAID 0 array with two 200 gb hard drives without having to make a partition?

Thanks for any help
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  1. if you want to have it along with your other raid, you'll have to get a pci raid controller.

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    is it possible to make a RAID 0 array with two 200 gb hard drives without having to make a partition

    what are you talking about? its the same way you setup the 80gb ones

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  2. I assume that means I cannot run two drives from one channel on the onboard raid.

    On the 200 gb part I was planning to use XP to format the 200 gb drives, and then make them into one RAID 0 partition, but I meant to ask if I could format them from XP as 200 gb drives without doing anything special.
    Thanks for your help
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